High-Temperature Strong Beer (8% ABV, glass carboy)


High-Temperature Summer Beer for Indian Summers. These can be fermented without a refrigerator or temperature controller. These can ferment malt to produce extra strong beer really fast (in 3 days) without the need to manage the temperature. ABV 8%, Volume 7 Liters

(7 customer reviews)
glass fermenter
Priming Sugar (Fizz)

Use about 750gm Dry Malt Extract, 250gm Sugar, 2-4gm hops, 3gm yeast, and 5 Liters of Water to get 15 pints of 8% ABV beer in 3 days.

Add more 250gm additional sugar (total 500gm) if you want an extra 10% ABV Beer.

For malt we recommend DME for beginners and Pilsner grains for the more experienced brewers.

For the Glass fermenter (you could start small with a 2.6 liter or go big with a 5.2 Liter jar). If you already have a fermenter with an airlock then you can remove this completely as well and end up with a refill kit.

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  1. Sir, I am little confused on the recipe. I see a Dry Malt Extract recipe in the below link which is different from the one in the description (and comments). Can you explain a bit on this?

    • different people make beer in different styles. however you will need about 750gm of DME to make 6-7 liters of beer

  2. I am very confused about how much boil time using the DME , can you please tell whats the amount of boil time , and when to add hops ? and after adding hops how much time to boil ?

    • sir just 2 minutes of boiling is necessary. the mash conversion is already achieved. boiling will ensure that the wort is sanitized.

  3. very good product

  4. Great

    • Thanks Arun

  5. All ingredients received promptly with good packing.

    • Thanks Harish

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